An elegant, stately center table made of golden oak with a red Languedoc marble top in the Louis XIV style, circa 1860s. These tables were called "Tables a Gibier" (wild fowl and game) and were used by hunters to drop their prey on the marble top. The oak base has a paneled and carved apron with square baluster legs. The stretcher features carvings of acanthus leaves, scallop shells, rinceaux and scrolls. A great center table that also can be used as a console, a library table or a desk.
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Good. Some appropriate wear on wood at feet and stretcher. Marble has a few chips and scratches. .
Wear consistent with age and use
30.5 in. H x 55.25 in. W x 31.5 in. D
77 cm H x 140 cm W x 80 cm D
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